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Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Forced confessions through torture are not rare in China, state-run media said Tuesday, a rare admission of deep-seated flaws in the justice system after a teenager executed for murder 18 years ago was cleared.
China on Tuesday raised its official estimate of last year's gross domestic product, possibly moving closer to passing the United States as the biggest economy.
Chinese pro-democracy activist Xu Youyu, who was among key signatories of a 2008 manifesto seeking sweeping political reforms in China, was awarded Sweden's Olof Palme human rights prize on Tuesday.
Chinese pro-democracy activist Xu Youyu, who was among key signatories of a 2008 manifesto seeking sweeping political reforms in China, was awarded Sweden's Olof Palme human rights prize on Tuesday.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Executed Chinese man found innocent, 18 years on
A Chinese teenager executed after being convicted of murder and rape 18 years ago was declared innocent by a court Monday, in a rare overturning of a wrongful conviction.
Chinese state-run media branded four unruly air passengers “barbarians” Monday after they scalded an air hostess and threatened to blow up a plane, in the latest embarrassment by the country's travelers.
Monday, December 15, 2014
The Chinese Embassy in Madagascar expressed shock Sunday at a deadly riot involving local workers at a Chinese-run sugar plant and criticized the island nation's government for failing to protect Chinese interests.
Chinese authorities vowed to severely punish Chinese travelers who threw hot water and noodles on a Thai flight attendant and threatened to bomb the plane after they became enraged over sitting arrangements.
Sunday, December 14, 2014
China's Xi says Nanjing Massacre undeniable
President Xi Jinping said Saturday that no one can deny the Nanjing Massacre, as China for the first time held a national day of remembrance for the Japanese military rampage that Beijing says killed 300,000 people.
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Saturday, December 13, 2014
Growth in China's factory output declined further in November in a new sign of weakness in the world's second-largest economy.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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